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Cheryl Cole's latest video debuts
The clip, which can be watched online, accompanies Under The Sun – the second single from her most recent LP.
The clip, which begins with Cheryl filing her blue painted nails in a bar, later shows her making her way down street locations that feature classic street furniture such as a phone box, a post box and a cash point.
Cheryl's past singles include 3 Words, Fight For This Love and Promise This, while she has so far released three solo LPs: 3 Words, Messy Little Raindrops and A Million Lights, which hit stores last month.
She is well-known for having spent time as a judge on The X Factor – including during the show's 2010 season, which was won by acoustic guitars player Matt Cardle.
Cole is on tour later this year, with October seeing her performing in the likes of Glasgow, Liverpool and Sheffield.
Published by KT.Posted on 27 Jul 2012 13:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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